Season 2: Tax Records

 
Hosted by Partner and Head of Tax Frank Hinoporos, this season examines four current hot topics in tax: the tax implications of the Pandora Papers, recent ATO compliance activity, payroll tax crackdowns and cryptocurrencies and NFTs.

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Why all the hype around cryptocurrencies and NFTs?

In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Adam Dimac from our tax team, who will examine why there’s so much hype around cryptocurrencies and NFTs and what the tax implications are for people who hold or invest in these currencies.

In the payroll tax crosshairs: is your business next?

In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Jim Koutsokostas from our Tax team, who will discuss the evolving payroll tax crackdown. What particular industries are being focused on and what payroll tax issues should businesses be aware of?

Tax compliance: how do I manage my risks?

In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Todd Bromwich from our Tax team, who will discuss recent ATO compliance activity, key issues taxpayers need to be aware of and offer strategies for how to mitigate potential risks.

Pandora Papers: What are they, why should we care and what do I do if I’m named?

In this episode, listeners will hear from Frank Hinoporos and Todd Bromwich from our Tax team. Frank and Todd discuss the Pandora Papers, a leak of millions of documents that reveal hidden wealth and tax avoidance by some of the world’s wealthiest people. We delve into the tax implications raised and what to do if you were named in the papers.

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Frank advises his clients on direct taxes, international structuring and taxation, business transactions, corporate restructuring, taxation disputes and the not-for-profit sector.

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Jim is a Chartered Tax Adviser with over 15 years’ experience. He provides tax advice on a broad range of corporate and trust tax matters, having advised a number of publicly-listed, international, and large private clients on highly technical and complex matters, with a focus on the finance, government, and property and construction sectors.

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Todd is a member of Hall & Wilcox’s Tax team, practising predominantly in taxation advisory and disputes, with broader experience in general commercial matters, trust law and estate planning.

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